Top Mobile Devices To Remain Popular; Samsung Galaxy, iPhone And Nokia To Take The Lead [Video]

Jan 04, 2017 05:50 PM EST | Leonora Puno


Samsung Galaxy S8, iPhone 8 and Nokia's Android Phones will continue to take the lead in the mobile phone industry for 2017. Mobile devices have remained popular and buyers are always watching for the latest models to own. To meet the demand, mobile phone companies have been quick in making upgrades and in adding new features to the mobile devices that they make.

While new comers have joined the race, still, iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Nokia Android Phones have been holding fast to keep their place in the ever changing mobile phone industry. Leading the trio is the iPhone 8 that comes in three versions. One boasts of all new features while the other two are just successors of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and can be opened by using the owner's fingerprint, according to Gadgets 360.

Samsung Galaxy S8 is also one of the most highly anticipated mobile devices of 2017. This device will have no home button but instead, a fingerprint scanner embedded in the display will be used to open the device. The display will cover top to bottom of the screen and it is rumored that it will have a voice assistant possessing artificial intelligence, according to International Business Times.

Coming up third is the Nokia Android Phones, with two new additions for 2017. It will feature the Snapdragon 835 CPU and will boast of 6GB of RAM. One of them or both might have a camera with dual-lens. Nokia is still planning to make six to seven handsets more before 2017 ends. Now owned by HMD, Nokia is set for a highly productive year, according to Know Your Mobile.

With the trend moving toward more mobile devices possessing unique features and sporting the latest technology, more and more upstart companies in the field of making mobile devices are expected to join these three best brands. This will mean more choices for customers in terms of style, price and brand.

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